The skeleton of the head of a vertebrate animal, including the brain case, or cranium, and the bones and cartilages of the face and mouth. See Illusts. of Carnivora, of Facial angles under Facial, and of Skeleton, in Appendix.
The skull is a collection of bones which encase the brain and give form to the head and face. The bones of the skull include the following: the frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal, sphenoid, ethmoid, zygomatic, maxilla, nasal, vomer, palatine, inferior concha, and mandible. See the entire definition of Skull
The bony structure of the head that encloses the brain and supports the jaws. Theropods A group of carnivorous, bipedal, saurischian dinosaurs that were fast-moving and intelligent. The word theropod means "beast-footed". This group were predecessors of the bird. Two examples of theropods are the velociraptor and the tyrannosaurus rex.
The skull is a bony structure found in many animals which serves as the general framework for the head. Those animals having skulls are called Craniates. The skull supports the structures of the face and protects the brain against injury.
A residual buildup of aluminum alloy from preceding billets that adhere to the container liner wall. The thickness is determined by difference in container I.D. and circumference of dummy block. See Cleanout Block.